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A line of heavy rain and thunderstorms will roll through Saturday morning, but it won't rain out the entire weekend.
A cool, dry trend is in store for North Georgia this week.
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Temperatures will drop to the low 30s closer to town, mid to upper 20s in the northern suburbs and Georgia Mountains.
After weeks featuring temperatures well above average, cool air returns to Metro Atlanta for mid-March.
Temperatures will tumble this week with daytime highs in the 50s to mid 60's.
A broken line of thunderstorms may bring heavy rain and damaging wind gusts to Metro Atlanta on Friday afternoon.
The monthly average temperature in Atlanta was nearly 9 degrees above average.
Wind gusts as high as 35 to 40 mph are possible Monday afternoon and evening.
Radar and ground survey damage analysis indicates multiple tornadoes at one time, with some crossing paths and merging within each other.
Afternoon temperatures may reach 80 degrees this week, potentially tying or breaking the all time highest temperature for February in Atlanta.
A large temperature swing is in the forecast for the next several days.
Heavy rain and storms may bring damaging wind gusts to portions of Metro Atlanta and North Georgia Thursday evening.